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Dr. Phil Shares: 9 Tips for Fitness Success in 2017

It’s January! Time to dust off those sneakers and dive in to that fitness routine so you can ditch those holiday pounds and get down to your goal weight. Whether you’re following a routine for the first time (or for the first time in a long time) or just refocusing your efforts in the New […]

Dr. Phil Shares The Most Popular Apple Varieties For Fall

September 20, 2016 by

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Summer has fallen, giving way to… well, fall. But it’s not just the air that’s getting crisper. It’s apple season and, while most varieties are available year-round, now is the time when the sugary, tangy, crunchy fruit is harvested. There are over 100 apple varieties grown commercially in the North America representing a whole host […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Some Summer Ideas For Eating Outdoors

With all the priorities and pressures of everyday life, it feels impossible to prepare a meal that can be enjoyed under the enchanting light of magic hour. In fact, I’m generally pleased if I make the time to sit at the kitchen table to eat. Most often I scarf dinner while standing at the kitchen […]

Five Health Benefits of Standing Desksordon

October 7, 2015 by

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Shared by Dr. Phil McAllister Spending more of your day standing could reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer There was a time when standing desks were a curiosity—used by eccentrics like Hemingway, Dickens and Kierkegaard, but seldom seen inside a regular office setting. That’s changed, in large part due to research […]

15 Great Road Trip Foods Under 200 Calories

Shared by Dr. Phil McAllister The car is packed, the kids are happily occupied in the backseat, and you’re ready to hit the road. But, when stomachs start rumbling, what’s the plan? To stop you from making a pit stop at a greasy spoon or swinging through a drive-thru, we’ve pulled together a list of […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 7 Grilling Tips for a Healthier Summer BBQ

We’re likely all on the same page here: Burgers, steak, chicken, vegetables, and even some fruits simply taste better fresh off the grill. And it can be a healthy option — especially if you’re watching portion sizes and throwing on a few veggie skewers, too. But there are some serious health hazards associated with our beloved outdoor […]

It’s Seniors Month, So, Dr. Phil McAllister Shares: 7 Steps to Healthy Aging, Happy Aging

Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a slew of medical conditions or poor quality of life. Getting older involves change, both negative and positive, but you can enjoy aging if you understand what’s going on with your body and take steps to maintain your health. Many different things happen to your body as you […]